History YMMV / LunarTheSilverStar

13th Feb '16 12:35:32 AM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Fresca is a warrior woman with a bullwhip. So what does she contribute to the story? She [[PutOnABus gets sick]] and talks about how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Fresca is a warrior woman with a bullwhip. So what does she contribute to the story? She [[PutOnABus gets sick]] sick and talks about how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.
3rd Jan '16 12:48:23 AM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In the remakes, Jessica suffers from a pretty bad case of {{Chickification}}. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.]]
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And then the boys return to the village right when she and the other girls recover and get ready to head out to meet them.
** Arguably, Kyle as well. While the writers try to prop him up as a smarter-than-he-looks warrior, he never really grows out of his chauvinistic college frat-boy mindset. And it's implied at the end that [[spoiler: he may go back to being a thief.]]
** Fresca is a warrior woman with a bullwhip. So what does she contribute to the story? She [[PutOnABus gets sick]] and talks about how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In the remakes, Jessica suffers from a pretty bad case of {{Chickification}}. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.]]
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And then the boys return to the village right when she and the other girls recover and get ready to head out to meet them.
** Arguably, Kyle as well. While the writers try to prop him up as a smarter-than-he-looks warrior, he never really grows out of his chauvinistic college frat-boy mindset. And it's implied at the end that [[spoiler: he may go back to being a thief.]]
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Fresca is a warrior woman with a bullwhip. So what does she contribute to the story? She [[PutOnABus gets sick]] and talks about how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.
10th Dec '15 10:30:35 PM Chirpa43
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** Arguably, Kyle as well. While the writers try to prop him up as a smarter-than-he-looks warrior, he never really grows out of his college fratboy phase. And it's implied at the end that [[spoiler: he may go back to being a thief.]]

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** Arguably, Kyle as well. While the writers try to prop him up as a smarter-than-he-looks warrior, he never really grows out of his chauvinistic college fratboy phase.frat-boy mindset. And it's implied at the end that [[spoiler: he may go back to being a thief.]]
10th Dec '15 10:29:43 PM Chirpa43
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** Arguably, Kyle as well. While the writers try to prop him up as a smarter-than-he-looks warrior, he never really grows out of his college fratboy phase. And it's implied at the end that [[spoiler: he may go back to being a thief.]]
** Fresca is a warrior woman with a bullwhip. So what does she contribute to the story? She [[PutOnABus gets sick]] and talks about how much she wants to have Tempest's babies.
10th Dec '15 3:46:12 PM Chirpa43
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** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by [[MissedMomentOfAwesome making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.]]
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, [[NegatedMomentofAwesome you arrive back at the village.]]

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** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by [[MissedMomentOfAwesome [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.]]
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And by then the time boys return to the village right when she recovers and gets the other girls recover and get ready to head out to meet you, [[NegatedMomentofAwesome you arrive back at the village.]]them.
10th Dec '15 3:43:43 PM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica suffers from a pretty bad case of Chickification. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, you arrive back at the village.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, remakes, Jessica suffers from a pretty bad case of Chickification.{{Chickification}}. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character by [[MissedMomentOfAwesome making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.
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** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna by this point in the game. And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, [[NegatedMomentofAwesome you arrive back at the village.]]
9th Dec '15 1:43:08 PM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica seems to suffer from this quite a bit. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica seems to suffer suffers from this quite a bit.pretty bad case of Chickification. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character.character by making her face a monster in the form of her doting father all by herself.
9th Dec '15 12:29:49 PM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica seems to suffer from this quite a bit. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once Kyle joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica seems to suffer from this quite a bit. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once Kyle [[SpotlightStealingSquad Kyle]] joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]



** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. [[spoiler: It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna.]] And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, [[spoiler: you arrive back at the village.]]

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** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. [[spoiler: It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna.]] Luna by this point in the game. And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, [[spoiler: you arrive back at the village.]]
9th Dec '15 12:27:06 PM Chirpa43
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: In a game where the female characters often end up as damsels, Jessica seems to suffer from this quite a bit. She's introduced as a strong-willed girl with surprisingly good melee damage in addition to being a good healer. But once Kyle joins the party, she spends most of the game [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong arguing with him and constantly having to be saved by him.]] And her dilemma over not wanting to reveal her wild and adventurous side to her father doesn't come up again until [[spoiler: Xenobia uses illusions to destroy the party's resolve to fight Ghaleon.]]
** The Plaster Mel encounter is pretty egregious in this regard. [[spoiler: Plaster Mel turns everyone but Jessica to stone and then beckons her to join them in death. She accepts this offer without any resistance. Then Kyle breaks out of stone and defeats Plaster Mel without any help from her.]] It would have been a great opportunity to advance Jessica's character.
** Then there's the Pao/Black Dragon Fortress portion of the game. [[MonsterMisogyny Jessica and the other girls fall sick from the Dark Songstress's song]], thus depriving you of your healer. [[spoiler: It arguably would have made more sense to have her instead Kyle for this portion because she actually has some sort of emotional connection to Luna.]] And by the time she recovers and gets ready to head out to meet you, [[spoiler: you arrive back at the village.]]
23rd May '15 9:48:21 PM darkknight109
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*** Definitely a YMMV, having played the PSP version first.
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